Groton Hill Music Center

122 Old Ayer Rd, Groton

Opened in 2022, Groton Hill Music Center's stunning new home boasts two outstanding performance halls, welcoming social spaces and function rooms, and studio classrooms that nurture young musicians. The building brings the outdoors in with natural wood and stone finishes, dramatic windows overlooking the agricultural surroundings, and convertible spaces that open out to patio dining.

All artists performing at Groton Hill Music Center's Concert Hall and Meadow Hall in the 2024/25 season will perform the same program in Boston/Cambridge and Groton.

Meadow Hall

The smaller of two acoustically-tuned concert halls in the building, Meadow Hall is a welcoming and comfortable 300-seat space that is at once airy and intimate. 

Washed in natural light, the Meadow Hall stage invites guests to feel connected to both the artist and to the bucolic hills surrounding the unique facility. The curved, Southern Yellow Pine walls are acoustically designed to carry rich sound evenly across every listener, and the seating is layered to create a sense of intimacy throughout the hall. Meadow Hall was built to bring concert-goers together and leave them feeling alive with the magic of sound.

The Concert Hall

The 1000-seat Concert Hall is acoustically superb, with geometry and materials tested and optimized for exceptional acoustic performances. The space can be configured for a range of events, from orchestral and ensemble performances to solo recitals and educational events. The stage and house lighting was recently upgraded to improve its flexibility, allowing a tailored artistic experience. The venue also boasts a virtual Meta Organworks Hauptwerk Organ, capable of replicating any of 15 iconic pipe organs through a superb speaker system.


wheelchair icon  Groton Hill Music Center is a fully accessible venue. Accessible seating and elevator service is available on all levels of the main performance spaces.

assistive listening icon  Assistive Listening Devices: They can be obtained by asking any usher on duty. 

asl access icon  The Celebrity Series of Boston offers sign language interpretation upon request. Requests for sign language interpreters must be received at least four weeks prior to the event by contacting Celebrity Series at 617-482-2595 or All requests are subject to the availability of an interpreter and provided at the discretion of the management.

question mark icon   For more Accessibility information on this venue, please contact the Celebrity Series box office at 617-482-6661, or, or visit our Accessibility page.

“Add to your list “any concert you can see at Groton Hill Music Center,” the gorgeous and acoustically stunning new performance building in Boston. ...Everyone who’s performing in Groton will also perform somewhere accessible by public transit, but if you can make the trek west, it’s worth the effort. Unwrap your mints first, because Meadow Hall makes sound come alive.”

AZ Madonna The Boston Globe

Groton Hill Music Center Amenities


The building features ample free parking on site.

Dining and Concessions

The Woodland Room

Dining at the Woodland Room provides concertgoers with warm and welcoming a la carte service, and a seamless table-to-concert experience. Beer, wine, and cocktails are available.


Before the performance or at intermission, the concessions counters near both venues offer beers, ciders, and wines, along with seltzer, water, and soda. Snack choices include cookies, brownies, assorted candy bars, and assorted chips. 

“Groton Hill’s stunning new venue is a beautifully designed and acoustically brilliant music hall that is certain to become a desired destination for artists touring New England.”

Glenn Rifkin The Arts Fuse

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The Groton Hill Music Center, inspired by New England villages and farmsteads, was designed by Alan Joslin and Deborah Epstein of Epstein Joslin Architects, the firm and principals who created the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport.

Read more about the project. >>